Your social media profiles are possibly the first encounter that someone is going to have with your brand, and you want that first impression to make the visitor interested in knowing more about you.
Every job you apply for requires a application letter. It’s the first document that recruiters see, and creates a first impression that can determine whether your application makes it through the skimming process.
Your interview can make or break your chance of landing your dream job, so it is important that you try to make a great impression on your future employer.
Your resume serves as your introduction to the company that you’re applying to, and is the first thing that HR personnel evaluate.
When it comes to evaluating career advice, few people are in a position to hear so much of it—and evaluate how it works out for the practitioners—than career coaches.
The interview is meant to determine if you will fit in with the organization. And that’s where soft skills can help you stand out.
As a job seeker , it is all about having everything in order, and selling yourself especially in an interview.
The quicker you can pick up on the culture—particularly if you can suss out some of it from the interview—the more likely you are to save yourself heartache down the line.
For once, the age-old tale that school life was “much harder back in my day” could not be further from the truth.
For anyone not already doing so, you may be interested to know that there are quite a few ways social media sites can be used during the recruiting process.